Maggie and Eric is a fan series set 12 years into the future from the current timeline. Homer and Marge have had a fourth child, Eric, who inherited much of Marge's DNA (thanks to Homer working at the plant) and Maggie is agressive, and a tomboy, who hates Lisa with a passion. Bart, works for a local radio station with Jessica Lovejoy and Lisa is a travelling sax player. Many other aspects around town have also changed, Mr. Burns is dead, and the plant is run by Smithers with Homer still working there, Lenny and Carl are gone, Principal Skinner is mayor, and is married to Mrs. Krabappel with a son, Arlie. And many products are now produced by the XL Coorperation, which Bart works for.
7.01: This Burned House (Part II)
The Simpsons land an apartment near Bart's as the house is remodled and rennovated. Meanwhile Maggie and Eric must attend a new school for the next month, during which time, Eric finds out how much he misses Felecia (and vice versa).
7.02: This Burned House (Part III)
When the family returns home, Eric is shocked when he finds out that the DeGeorges are planning to leave Springfield to claim thier inheritence. Shocked, Eric and Felicia run away to try and keep the family from moving.
7.03: Reel Big Kisses
Maggie and Eric are cast in a move via binding contract and must perform an on-screen kiss as boyfriend and girlfriend, thus making them the laughing stock of Springfield, or pay a large penalty if they don't show up for the role.
7.04: Treehouse of Horror: The Switch.
Homer and Eric, and Maggie and Marge wake up to be living in the other's body.
7.05: Maggie's Pony
When Maggie jokingly enters a pony winning contest, she wins through her named being drawn. Meanwhile, Lisa, who's always begged Homer and Marge to get her a pony that would be hers forever, begs Maggie to give her the horse, but Maggie lets the leverage go to her head and ends up making a bigger enemy out of Lisa than she already is.
After hacking into Sideshow Bob's website, the hacker twins in Maggie's class, Sven and Leena, are offered two choices by S. Bob: Be turned over to the cops, or hacking into the DeGeorge account (Felecia's Grandparents company) and transferring funds into Bob's. Overhearing the plans in detention, Maggie vows to try and stop bob, but nobody believes her as she takes matters into her own hands.
7.07: Dash Danger(ous)
Eric's new TV hero, Dash Dangerguy, inspires him to to try and to a back flip (DashFlip) off the front porch step, but Eric hurts himself and Marge becomes furious with the show, but iher tenancity lands her a role on the show as Dash's overbearing mother and she becomes a star of her own.
7.08: Playing Bridge
Lisa's Bridge where she met Bleeding Gums Murphy is being torn down to make way for a new mainstreet. Upset she takes a moonlit stroll to the spot she played her solo, and finds the Ghost of Bleeding Gums Murphy standing off to the side. Hearing some good advice, Lisa decides to stand up to the city and fights to keep the bridge, as it is part of Springfield's and her own history.
7.09: Apple was her Cry
Maggie's summer job at an apple ochard over summer break is cut short when a hailstorm destroy's the crop. In order to stay employed, she convinces the owner to let some elementary kids (Mostly in Eric's class) help rebuild and replant the business and she will be the paid supervisor. Meanwhile, Eric isn't too keen on participating as he thinks Maggie is using her position to be a jerk.
7.10: Committee we Pity in our Fair City
When a new amusement park is built between Springfield and Shelbyville, both towns claim it as their own to be able to claim the tax revenue. Unfaltered, Skinner pits Springfield against Shelbyille's new mayor--Mayor Diamond Joe Quimby.
In a contrived "wedding" Bart marries Jessica as part of a radio stunt, Bart is appointed by Jessica's father, Rev. Lovejoy, to be a Bible Boy Choir singer in the Choir that sings with the introduction to the Rev's televangalist program. Meanwhile, Jessica starts to take a morbid liking to Bart and tries to win him over as Bart has a growing urge to get a divorce, no matter what High-profile job the Rev gives him.
7.12: Bart the Substitute
Bart, while looking for extra work to pay off some gambling debts, accepts a substitute teaching position at Springfield Elementary and fills in for the alcoholic, washed-up yuppie 4th grade teacher, Mr. Paulson. Since no one else is immediately available, Principal Edna Skinner is unhappy, but let's Bart take the position, but ends up in a conflict with Mrs. Skinner.
Tired of the religious "front" on Rev. Lovejoy's televangelist program, Marge takes up the issue of the send in all your cash for a miracle! and chalenges Lovejoy to run his ministries in a non-profit way.
7.14: The Loan Arranger
Marge, after taking some credit course at Springfield Community college opens a loan councelling service in the Simpsons home, but Maggie secretly sifts through the clientel's files and learns of the neighbor's financial troubles and gets Marge in a lot of hot water, both buisnessly and socially.
7.15: The Mouse on Haunted Hill
For Eric's interview an interesting citizen project, he decides to have a meeting with the highly secretive and reclusive Waylon Smithers, who hasn't left his house since Mr. Burns vanished, seven years ago. Undeterred, he makes his way through the rusting gates of Burns's manor to get his story. Meanwhile, Felecia, Eric's best friend who is also in the 4th grade, decides to interview Maggie, but has less than an interesting time.
7.16: Independents Day
Several small budget filmakers debut their creations at the Indepent film festival in Ottawa Canada and one man makes an unflattering movie about Springfield and, Lisa, who happens to be in town playing back up Sax, sees the film and isn't too amused. After a few phone calls, The family (minus Bart), Mayor Skinner and Arlie are on their way to Ottawa to survey the damage and to find out who made the film.
7.17: Maggie Vs. Art
Maggie, with a grant, drops out of Springfield Middle school and enrolls in the Le Brushe school of fine art, but when her rough, tomboy persona clashes with her instructor and the snooty clientel of rich students, Maggie soon realizes that she has an uphill battle ahead of her. Meanwhile, the visiting Eric and his massive head of hair becomes the center a few students painting projects.
7.18: The Girls who Really Knew Too Much
Lisa, tired of touring, returns home and moves back in with Homer and Marge (much to Maggie's regret) and takes up a job at King Toot's Musical store as a part-time sales clerk. Shortly after, she meets a young 8 year old girl who reminds Lisa of her at that age. After a few visits the girl, Ashley, reveals to Lisa her gifted abilities on the Sax and Lisa agrees to be her mentor, but has to put up with Ashley's Homeresque unsupportive father.
7.19: Homemakers Rn't Us
Mandy DeGeorge, along with the other mothers, except Marge, decide to go on a strike to prove how much their help is really needed around the house. Being the only mother to stand up to Mandy on this issue, Marge is annoyed at Mandy's millitiant feminism and refuses to side with the other neighborhood wives, thus becoming the enemy of Evergreen terrace.
7.20: eXtreme Ralph
Ralph, who's been the current Springfield Goofball, is assigned to be Bart and Jessica's sidekick on the morning show as the guy who does the crazy, on-air stunts and is too stupid to say no. When his antics become more popular than Bart and Jessica, the original duo try to get Ralph in a stunt, while not killing him, that'll make him rethink his career.
7.21: Harlequin for a Dream
Felecia's new pet, a Harlequin Great Dane, becomes her, and her family's, protector, that distrusts everyone--Even eric. To make matters worse, Eric is attacked and injured and Felecia begs her parents to give up the dog to no avail, and Homer and Mark DeGeorge are at eachother's throats over the matter.